January 2009 Archives
Jankowski bettered the old record by one rebound. Michelle Reuss pulled down 26 rebounds in a game against St. Bonaventure in the 1983-84 season.
Jankowski's 27 rebounds ties her for 7th with four others on the county single-game rebounding list. Royal's Julie Lendl is first with 35 rebounds against Newbury Park in 1975.
St. Bonaventure edged Fillmore, 62-57, in the second-place showdown behind 23 points by Juliette Marquez and 20 points and 11 rebounds by Erica Whitley.
Hailey Lozano added 11 points and Monique Roberson added 12 rebounds for St. Bonaventure (11-7, 5-1)
Despite a game-high 25 points by Jill Wilber, Fillmore fell to 14-6, 4-2.
Moorpark College men's basketball coach Remy McCarthy and Moorpark College athletic director Howard Davis have spent much of the last decade working together, first on the Raiders' coaching staff, then in the Raiders' athletic department.
Dajyanah Vines completed a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds as the Santa Clara High girls basketball team (16-3) improved to 5-0 in the Frontier League with a 77-27 win over Grace Brethren
Luis Hernandez scored twice, David Torres had a goal and an assist and Miguel Tellez had two assists as the Channel Islands (12-2-3) scored three second-half goals to avenge its only PVL loss of the season, 3-0, over visiting Rio Mesa (8-5-3, 2-4) Tuesday afternoon.
Rogelio Salinas and Raul Yepez scored first-half goals as Pacifica (15-4-1) eased by host Camarillo, 2-0.
Moises Orozco scored twice and Andres Negrette added another as Oxnard (6-3, 4-2) stayed a game back by scoring three times in the final 15 minutes with a 3-2 win over Hueneme, which led 2-0 midway through the second half.
After a scoreless first half, Aaron Glover broke the game open with two goals in a six-minute span and Derek Kirk added a goal and an assist as the St. Bonaventure High boys' soccer (11-5-1) team improved to 4-0 in Frontier League play with a 3-0 win over visiting Santa Clara Tuesday.
Adrinna Nunez scored four times and Diana Leon scored twice as the Santa Paula High girls' soccer team (10-1-1) improved to 4-0 in the Frontier League with a 8-0 win over host Santa Clara Tuesday.
But the Pacifica High girls' soccer team (13-3-3, 5-0-1) did not stay perfect in the Pacific View League. Amber Pimley opened the scoring for Camarillo (6-7-2, 4-1-1) in the 24th minute off Briana Leriviere's throw-in as the Camarillo High girls' soccer team handed Pacifica its first league draw.
Sabrina Munoz's free kick in the 60th minute kept the Tritons unbeaten in league play.
Searra Silverberg scored six goals while teammates Sophie Balate, Gianna Date and Miranda Bard scored three each as the Malibu High girls water polo team improve to 5-0 in the Tri-Valley League with a 18-1 win over Nordhoff (4-11, 2-4).
Oxnard (37-29) improved to 4-0 in the PVL. Channel Islands (12-30) fell to 3-1 in the PVL, despite wins by Larry Lyons at 119 pounds and Victor Gamino at 135 pounds.
Omar Espinoza poked home a loose ball off a corner kick in the final minute as the Pacifica High boys soccer team improved to 2-0 in Pacific View League play with a 3-2 win over visiting Rio Mesa Tuesday afternoon.
A pair of Jerry Ponce 12th and 13th goals of the season had pushed the Spartans (7-2-3) within moments of surviving an opening gaunlet of Channel Islands (8-2-3) and Pacifica (12-3-1) undefeated.
Elsewhere in the PVL, Jose Nuno scored in the 67 th minute to push Channel Islands past Hueneme, 1-0, and goals by Ignacio Coronel and Moises Orozco led Oxnard over Camarillo 2-0.
Updated Pacific View League boys' soccer standings:
- Team PVL Overall
- Pacifica 2-0 12-3-1
- Oxnard 2-0 4-4-3
- Rio Mesa 1-1 7-2-3
- Channel Islands 1-1 8-2-3
- Hueneme 0-2 2-4-2
- Camarillo 0-2 1-10-1
Abel Tadeo scored with 30 seconds remaining in stoppage time as Ventura rallied to tie visiting Santa Barbara 3-3 in a Channel League showdown on Tuesday night at Larrabee Stadium.
"Without a doubt, that was one of the top five high school soccer games I have ever been involved in," Tackett said. "It went back and forth the entire time. It was unreal."
The game between the CIF-Southern Section's top two Division II teams lived up to the billing. Santa Barbara (16-1-1, 0-0-1) is ranked No. 1 in the most recent poll while Ventura (13-3-3, 1-0-1) is ranked No. 2.
Peter Aguilar recorded a hat trick for Santa Barbara with goals in the 7th, 48th and 79th minutes. But Ventura had a counter for every Aguilar strike.
Andrew Creighton converted a throw in by Kevin Tanner at the near post in the 12th minute to tie the game 1-1. Corey Kindle beat the Santa Barbara keeper at the near post in the 54th minute on an assist from Tadeo.
After Aguilar's goal in the 79th minute, Tackett thought "You have got to be kidding me. We are going to lose this game."
But Tadeo didn't let it happen.
Just as the referee turned to Tackett and said there were about 30 seconds left, Tadeo received a pass from Creighton and cracked a shot from 25 yards out that dove into the right corner of the goal for the final equalizer.
"I am not lying there were probably 600 people at the game," Tackett said. "It was unbelievable."
The Buena gym was booked for a dance before the Shootout was scheduled. But the game times for the triple-header remain the same.
Ventura vs. West Ranch, 2:30 p.m.
Buena vs. Valencia, 4 p.m.
Oxnard vs. Canyon, 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for students with an ASB card.
Four Ventura County soccer players, including three from the Pacific View League, are among the 72 athletes invited to the U.S. Under-18 Men's National Team mega-camp in Florida this week.
Raul Yepez of Pacifica High, Michael Roman of Rio Mesa, Jesus Landeros of Channel Islands and Eddie Gonzalez of Thousand Oaks have been invited to the camp, which begins Saturday and runs through Jan. 24 at the IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla.
All four local players are midfielders.
The camp allows U.S. national coaches to instruct players and evaluate talent, particularly for the upcoming 2009 FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Egypt.
After Davis played a through ball from midfield, Rivera struck a shot from just outside the 18-yard box into the lower left corner. Robert Thomas recorded his second shutout in goal for 1-9-1 Camarillo
St. Bonaventure fell to 6-5-1.
Keani Albanez had 18 points, Samantha Strang and Isabel Halpern scored 11 points apiece and Holly Holcomb grabbed 13 rebounds as Buena (12-6) beat host San Marcos, 58-34.
Maddie Fahan had 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists, Nicole Frank had 12 points and Kristen Wilson and Amy Pupa had 11 each as host Ventura (11-4) picked up its ninth win in 10 games by defeating Dos Pueblos, 61-48.
Crystal Owusu had 13 points and nine rebounds, Katie Brooks had 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks and Brianna Barrett added 12 points and six steals as Oaks Christian School opened with a 52-32 win at Villanova, which was led by 12 points from Hannah Kolbeck.
Carmen Cotsis had 11 points and four steals and Nicole Bergmann had seven points and nine rebounds as Nordhoff scored 15 of the first 17 points along the way to a 53-28 win over La Reina.